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Business of Sport: The Spread

Limerick finally gets the bookies' respect

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

27th July, 2014

Limerick finally gets the bookies' respect

It's one of the quietest Sundays of the betting summer: just don't tell that to anyone from the four counties battling it out for places in the All-Ireland hurling semi-finals.

Quarter-final Sunday begins with the comeback team of 2014, Wexford, taking on a Limerick team who have been wildly under-rated by bookmakers for the past three seasons. Finally, however, the market has shown Limerick the respect they deserve.

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